World Vision International

World Vision International

Job Opportunities in Asia-Pacific

 

COME WORK WITH US…

 Asia Pacific is growing fast, but behind the headlines celebrating progress and increasing prosperity, there are still enormous needs for millions of children who remain poor, uneducated, and vulnerable to illness and abuse across the region.

WHO WE ARE…

World Vision is a global Christian relief, development, and advocacy organization dedicated to working with children, families, and communities to overcome poverty and injustice.

WHO YOU ARE…

You are an energetic team player who is committed to using your professional skills and experiences to build a better world for children.  You understand the needs are often complex and difficult to solve, but believe that through collaboration, hard work and hope, you can make a difference.

WHY WORK WITH WORLD VISION?

World Vision has worked with the poorest in Asia Pacific for more than 60 years.  Today, we operate in 24 countries across the region supported by nearly 15,000 staff with six hundred long-term development programmes that benefits 1.4 million sponsored children and their families.

Our staff are experts across a comprehensive range of technical and organisational disciplines. More than 95% of our staff work in their home countries or region – equipped with critical knowledge of and sensitivity to culture, capabilities, language, and customs.

ARE YOU READY TO JOIN US?

Search our current opportunities below and apply for jobs that you feel passionate about!

The Asia Pacific region is home to 1.7 billion people who live on less than $2 a day. Levels of chronic child hunger and malnutrition are among the highest in the world.

While the region experiences huge advances in education, health, wealth and technology, communities in many nations live in abject poverty and do not benefit from the progress and profits unfolding before them.

Poverty used to be a largely static rural phenomenon. But as economies grow and change the poor are becoming more dispersed, harder to reach and more transient. Today, poverty is prevalent among ethnic minorities and migrants, in urban slums and in hard-to-reach rural areas.

In Asia Pacific, millions of children are in need of better food and nutrition, improved access to quality education and protection from exploitation and exclusion. Families need to be resilient to growing economic and environmental shocks and communities equipped to map a sustainable future for their land and way of life.

Current Opportunities

 

 

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